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Services & Fees

I am only offering Telehealth appointments at this time

I provide a free 15-minute phone consultation before the initial assessment to discuss what brings you to therapy, answer any questions, and discuss the process

Individual Psychotherapy for 50 minutes

Cost: $150

 

Extended Individual Psychotherapy for 75-85 minutes

Cost: $200

Scholarship Slot for 50 minutes

Cost: $90

These slots are limited- please inquire

Insurance 

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I am in network with Premera, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, and LifeWise

 

If you have another insurance that I am not in network with I am considered an "out-of-network" provider.

 

If you have out-of-network benefits I can provide you a monthly receipt called a "Superbill" for you to submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement if requested. 

*All clients are expected to understand their mental health insurance and coverage, and suggest you contact your insurance provider to learn about your coverage before our first session

What is a Superbill?

A Superbill is a receipt for behavioral health services. A Superbill is used so clients can get reimbursed for their behavioral health services by their insurance provider.

 

A Superbill will typically contain “service code”, “diagnostic code”, the date of the session, and the amount the client paid to the therapist for their service. All of this information is required when trying to receive reimbursement from insurance, however these items can and should be discussed with your provider. 


When you request a Superbill for insurance reimbursement, know that your therapist/provider will need to disclose some of your personal health information (PHI) like your diagnosis. Please review privacy practices with your insurance carrier if you would like to better understand how they manage personal health information (PHI).

What Does Out-Of-Network Mean?

An out-of-network (OON) provider is a healthcare professional (therapist, social worker, doctor, etc.), who does not hold a contract with your insurance provider.

An out-of-network provider is paid directly by clients/patients. Out-of-network providers are not held to the specific rules dictated by insurance companies, such as session time limits, service codes, or diagnoses “covered”. Patients/Clients can submit claims to their insurance provider with a Superbill (please see above) and request reimbursement after providing services.

Depending on your insurance provider and plan details, the reimbursement amount may vary. For example, not all Premera plans have the same coverage; each plan has unique policies and coverage. 

 

These are some questions you can ask your insurance carrier when you are exploring the option of working with an OON provider:

Do I have OON coverage for behavioral health?

What is my OON deductible? (This part is really important to clarify since many plans have a DIFFERENT OON deductible)

Once my deductible has been met, at what percentage does my plan cover OON behavioral health services?

Why Choose Telehealth?

Telehealth is defined as psychotherapy performed over communication and information technology systems such as phone, internet, and video conferencing.

Research has shown that both in-person and telehealth appointments are equally effective for most mental health concerns.

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Greater convenience 

No commute

Greater schedule flexibility

Can support clients with greater accessibility whether that is living in a remote area, seeing a therapist you might connect with in a different location in Washington, or other factors. 

Telehealth has many benefits including: ​

For Telehealth to be a good option for you, the two main things you need are:

An internet connection that can support video conferencing

A private space where you can engage in session

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